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20 Offbeat Himalayan Treks Featured

It generally feels awesome to be on the highest point of the world and look down the flawless perspectives of the valley. The tallness and excellence of the superb mountains give brave trekking spots in the Himalayas.

Trekking in The Himalayas.Here are the 20 treks to go for in the Himalayas for the adventure loving people:

1.Kedarkantha Trek, Uttarakhand

Height: 12,500ft

Span: 7 Days

Best Season: Round the Year

This trekking spot in the Himalayas is among one of the prettiest campgrounds. Encompassed by huge pine trees, the Kedarkantha Base campground is on an open glade with snow crests all around. 

Height: 12,763ft

Span: 6 Days

Best Season: December to March

A noteworthy trek in the Garhwal Himalayas, the Kuari Pass Trek is an embodiment of normal excellence and interest! Found amid the British Rule in India by Lord Curzon, the trek offers dazzling perspectives of a portion of the tops like Kamet, Chaukhaba, Trishul and the Nanda Devi.

3.Prashar Lake trek, Himachal Pradesh

 Height: 8957ft

Span: 2 Days

Best Season: Round the Year (aside from Monsoons)

Encompassed by the forcing Dhauladhar ranges in Kullu Valley is a flawless blue-water lake called Prashar. The trekking spot in the Himalayas, offers amazing 180 degree perspective of the following mountain ranges Pir Pinjal, Dhauladhar and Kinnaur. Its a flawless winter snow trek from Delhi.

4.Goecha-la Trek, Sikkim

Height: 16,000ft

Span: 11 Days

Best Season: April to June

The charming valleys of Sikkim are the place this trek starts. Taking you through the enchanted turns and touches of the Himalayan Range, this trek is considered as a perfect affair to witness and appreciate the mesmeric perspectives of the Khanchendzonga Peak and other amazing Himalayan Peaks.

5.Har ki doon Trek, Sankhari Range, Uttarakhand

Height: 11,675ft

Span: 7-8 Days

Best Season: March to June, September to November

Har Ki Dun crest, it is a standout amongst the most wonderful valleys in the Western Himalayas. The trail through elevated glades, moraine edges, icy mass bowls, pine woods and old towns, gives you marvelous valley sees and an opportunity to encounter the great moderate paced nearby way of life. 

6.Annapurna Base Camp

Height: 8091m (26545ft)

Span: 11 Days

Best Season:  March to May, September to November, December to February

The tenth most astounding mountain on the planet, the Annapurna Base Camp trek is amongst the most enchanting Himalayan treks on the planet. Starting from Pokhara, Nepal, the trek takes you through picturesque scenes, natural towns, evergreen rhododendrons and offers kaleidoscopic perspectives of the Himalayas.

7.Sandakphu Trek, West Bengal

Height: 11,929ft

Span: 7 Days

Best Season: April to June & September to November

It is the most stunning and most elevated trekking spot in West Bengal. You will get the best all encompassing perspectives of the Mt Everest, Kanchanjungha, Makalu and Lhotse tops. A standout amongst the most excellent spots to solidify.


Height: 6316m

Span: 8 Days

Best Season: March to October

Resembling the tail of a monkey (Bandar in Hindi), the Banderpunch or Bandarpoonch is acclaimed as one of the most popular treks in Uttarakhand and considered as one of the best trekking spots in the Himalayas. Originating from Uttarkashi, it takes you through some of the glaciers, rivers like Yamuna, Ganga and Tons, with the lush and evergreen forests and astounding views of the Himalayan Ranges.

9.Nagtibba Trek

Height: 10,006ft

Span: 3Days

Best Season: February (mid) to June, September to December

For the individuals who need to stroll in the woods, move up to 10,000 feet, see the snow clad mountains and camp under the starry night skies the Nag Tibba trek is simply ideal for you. It can undoubtedly be viewed as one of the best yet less investigated weekend trekking spots in the Himalayas. 

10.Bara Bhangal Trek

Height: 4800m

Span: 12 Days

Best Season: June to October

Otherwise called the 'Shepherds Tail Trek', Bara Bhangal Trek starts from Manikaran in Kullu Valley. Going through high passes, elating territories, beautiful Himalayan vistas and the charming Spiti Valley, the trek closes with entry in the Bara Bhangal settlement of Himachal Pradesh.

 11.Hampta Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

Height: 14100 ft

Span: 5 Days

Best Season: September – May

Trek through fruitless grounds, rich valleys, grandiose crests and evergreen patches of oak, pine and walnut backwoods. The Hampta Pass trek in Himachal Pradesh is perfectly customized for those hoping to encounter the high Himalayan experience. 

12.Dzongri Goecha La, Sikkim

Height: 5,760-14,100ft

Span: 13 Days

Best Season: March to May

While discussing treks, Sikkim demonstrates to one of the finest destinations in the nation. Starting from Yuksom, this trek takes after the Rathong Valley and is considered as the entryway to the strong Khanchendzonga Peak alongside other Himalayan Peaks.

13.Roopkund Trek, Uttarakhand


Height: 16,500ft

Span: 7-9 Days

Best Season: May to October

The "Skeleton Lake," is an another name given to the Roopkund Lake is one of those shocking segregated spots, situated in the most unwelcoming districts in the Himalayan Mountains. This to a great degree unnerving range of Himalayan Mountains is known for the several skeletons which go back to the fifteenth century AD. 

14.Gangotri Tapovan

Height: 14,638ft

Span: 14 Days

Best Season:  August to October (mid), April (mid) to June

Whether you are longing for the rush and experience or genuine feelings of serenity, the Gangotri Tapovan Trek is a perfect trek to get enjoyed. Beginning from Uttarkashi in Uttarakhand, you can witness tremendous ice sheets, rocky landscapes, testing passes and picturesque knolls in this trek.

15.Kashmir Great Lakes, Kashmir

Height: 13,750ft

Span: 8 Days

Best Season: July to August

Situated in the valleys of paradise on earth, this trekking spot in the Himalayas is without a doubt the most overwhelmingly one. Seven delightful lakes and lavish green glades make this trek far more wonderful.

16.Homkund Ronti Saddle

Height: 16,863 ft

Span: 11 Days

Best Season: June to July

The Homkund or Hom Kund trek takes you closer to the fascinating Nanda Ghunti and Trishul Peaks in Uttarakhand. Considered as one of the newest treks in the country, this trek has gained popularity due to its close proximity with the Roopkund Lake.

17.Rupin Pass Trek, Uttarakhand

 Height: 15,256ft

Span: 7-10 Days 

Best Season: May (last week) to June (end), September (mid) to October (end)

A trek, where each turn and curve can acquire an arrangement of new astounds, the Rupin Pass trek starts in the Garhwal Himalayas of Uttarakhand. The Rupin Pass trek resembles an edge-of-the-seat Hollywood thriller. So sudden are the adjustments in view that it makes you generally walk somewhat facilitate just to check whether there is another shock round the corner. Relatively few trekkers move themselves with this trail. However, it is one of the best treks you will ever do in your life. 

18.Kareri Lake Trek

Height: 10,863ft

Span: 8 Days

Best Season: May to June, September to October

Otherwise called the Kumarwah Lake, this high height water store is amongst the most shocking lakes in Himachal Pradesh. Adding to its captivating magnificence is the Dhauladhar Range and the pictorial Kangra Valley. Notwithstanding all these, the way that the lake stays solidified amid December to March/April allures trekkers from over the globe.

19.Chadar Trek, Zanskar, Kashmir

Height: 11,123ft

Span: 9 Days

Best Season: January to February

A standout amongst the most risky trekking spots in the Himalaya is Zanskar. The Chadar solidified waterway trek is an amazingly wild dream for any trekker. It is a 6 day trek in unfriendly conditions over a solidified waterway in Ladakh.

20.Pin Parvati Trek

Height: 17,450ft

Span: 13-17 Days

Best Season: June to October

A substitute entry to the staggering Spiti Valley, this is amongst the most established treks in the Indian Himalayas. The Pin Parvati Valley, which is otherwise called the 'Valley of Gods', offers a testing yet entrancing trekking background.


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